PS 61
Predation And Predator-Prey Interactions

Thursday, August 8, 2013: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Effect of fish species and size on the antipredator behavior of the San Marcos salamander (Eurycea nana)
Drew R. Davis, University of South Dakota; Kristen J. Epp, Ottawa University
 Does prey availability affect predator-prey interactions in an assemblage of size structured top predators?
Megan E. Grandinetti, Kutztown University; Patrick W. Crumrine, Rowan University
 Tuning the strength of predation:  effects of an abiotic factor on predator-prey dynamics
Alexander Looi, SUNY-ESF; Kathryn Blackley, Cornell University; David Rosenberg, Cornell University
 A thirty year diet record of largemouth bass from a small north temperate lake
Thomas Purdom, St. Norbert College; Aaron Schoofs, St. Norbert College; James R. Hodgson, St. Norbert College; Tod Maki, St. Norbert College
 Differences in behavior and prey preference influence size-structured predator-prey interactions among top predators
Patrick W. Crumrine, Rowan University; Karis M. Norwood, Howard University; Megan E. Grandinetti, Kutztown University; Stephanie Kawecki, Loyola Marymount University; Luis Oquendo Diaz, University of Puerto Rico - Bayamon
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